Born from the DNA of its bigger brother the Pescado, the Sakana is the latest greatest fish-tailed evolution from Line Skis. With a narrower waist and the versatility to boot, the Sakana is perfectly tailored to all mountain joy.
As per usual with Eric Pollard designed skis, the top-sheet is a beaut and the traditional surfy feel of the skis is present in spades. With the set back stance and huge floaty tip, these things somehow prioritise both floaty, powder performance and are suitable to rip a carve down hardpack as well.
We tested the Sakana up at Falls Creek this year and came away stoked with how precise and fun it was on the icy conditions that were offered up by the mountains that day. Can imagine the fun of blasting through spring slush or Japanese powder.